Worldwide connections

Liebowitz, Burt H.
September 1997
Satellite Communications;Sep97, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p60
Trade Publication
Examines the use of geosynchronous satellites in the expansion of the Internet. Role of satellites in the Internet; Networks consisting the Internet; Importance of economics in the choice of satellite or terrestrial circuits; Speed of Internet access using satellites; Broad coverage area using satellites.


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